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BioSURE HIV Self Testing Kit
No HIV Test is Easier
This at-home HIV self test kit will tell you whether you have been infected with the HIV virus or not. Learn your test results from the comfort of your own home.
The BioSURE HIV Self Test is the original, best-selling CE Marked Self Test. Honestly, no HIV test is easier.
- Just 3 simple steps, with instant results in just 15 minutes.
- No questions. No labs. No waiting.
- Free Standard Delivery in discrete packaging - to any address or HubBox collection point
How does our HIV test work?
BioSURE's test detects specific antibodies for HIV in your blood sample.
Our HIV Self Test is clinically proven to be extremely easy to use. It is 99.7% accurate and gives you an easy-to-read result in just 15 minutes. The test requires a fraction of a drop of blood, in fact, it’s less than a pin prick - that’s 8-20 times less than other brands!
Our HIV Self Test puts you in charge and allows you to discreetly determine your HIV status at a time and a place that is convenient for you. It's like a pregnancy test, but different.
How accurate is my BioSURE HIV Self Test?
Our test is proven to be effective at diagnosing HIV and CE marked for consumer use.
Extensive research has shown that our test has clinical sensitivity of 99.7% (ability to show the correct result if you do have HIV) and a proven clinical specificity of 99.9% (likelihood to show the correct result if you do not have HIV). And usability tests have shown that 97% of people are able to use our test correctly and understand the results.
What’s in your BioSURE HIV Self Test Box
Free standard UK delivery is included
Orders placed before 2pm Monday-Friday will be dispatched that day, orders received after 2pm or at weekends will be despatched the next working day.
About the HIV testing window: 4 weeks after exposure about 50% of people have made the antibodies for HIV. By 6 weeks after exposure, this goes up to about 95%, however, some people don't make these antibodies until up to 12 weeks after infection. This is why it is so important not to rely on a negative test result until 3 months after your most recent possible exposure.